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What Are Mace & Mansoor Up To These Days?, New NJPW ‘Wrestling Dontaku’ Match Announced

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Mace & Mansoor debuted for Uganda’s ‘Soft Ground Wrestling’ promotion earlier this week.

Taking to Twitter, SGW posted several videos of the former Maximum Male Models faction members facing off against two other competitors. The company has recently gone viral for its creative approach and style of wrestling.

Mojo Rawley took to Twitter to reveal that both Mace and Mansoor flew themselves to the country to appear. He wrote,

“My friends @suavemansoor & @GREATBLACKOTAKU flew all the way to Uganda on their own dime to support @SGWug. They weren’t asked to go, they reached out and volunteered because they respected their hustle and love for the business. It cannot be understated how awesome they are.”

On Thursday, New Japan Pro Wrestling announced that Katsuya Murashima and Togi Makabe will be facing off against Jet Wei and Naoki Sakurajima at ‘Wrestling Dontaku’, which takes place on May 4, 2024.

You can check out the official announcement below:

Frontier Zone action comes to Fukuoka!
Kyushu Pro, PUZZLE get involved
Another match has been added to the card when Dontaku hits the Fukuoka International center on May 4, as the second of the two day festival will see us return to the Frontier Zone.

This time, Katsuya Murashima and Togi Makabe will represent NJPW in the face of new faces from Kyushu Pro-Wrestling. Kyushu pro have already been represented in the Frontier Zone before the World Tag League finals last December, but this time, new faces include Jet Wei, currently in his second excursion to Kyushu from his home in PUZZLE. With PUZZLE itself having been represented at Wrestling World 2024 this past weekend, how will Wei represent his host and home promotions, as well as his home country?

Wei’s partner will be Naoki Sakurajima. A 16 year veteran of the independent scene, Sakurajima brings a no nonsense hard hitting style to the ring, which has seen him compete in Osaka Pro, IGF, Wrestle-1 and others. Will he make a powerful mark on May 4? Don’t miss the Frontier Zone at Dontaku!

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